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(1999)

Sat ashore Upper Hamble, June end 2017, just had polish new antifoul etc..

Type Fast semi displacement from the board of Andrew Wolstenholme, Twin straight shaft Drives She was motorboat of the year back in 1996/7 Nice fine entry hull trun through medium vee to flatter sections aft, Hard chine gives her great stability at cruising speed across the ship. Aft cabin lay out. Dimensions Loa 38'6" (11.74m) Hull 36'9" (11.2m) Beam 13' (3.96m) Draught 3'6" (1.06m) Air draught with arch down, 10'6" (3.2m) Displacement approx 10,000KG Dry
Built By Broom Boats In Norfolk, using heavy hand laid GRP to hull and superstructure ( by Aquafibre) white gelcoats, Up Grade to Satin Teak interior woodwork (over the standard Mahogany) Engines 2 X Yanmar 6lP-DTE (6 cylinder) 250 Hp turbo diesels driving out through ZF gearboxes, and straight shafts through "P" Brackets and four bladed Bronze propellers, They have around 920 hours run from new, and should give her near 23 knots top and cruise at 18-19 or so.
Tanks All Stainless pressure tested tanks, two Fuel tanks ( outside each engine ) of 100 Gallons each, Water tank (under aft bed), also 100 gallons, Waste holding tank connected to both aft and forward toilets with deck as well as underwater discharge, capacity approx 35 gallons. Berths Twin Berths forward, Dinette double conversion and aft cabin double. 6 in total not including saloon.

Interior

This angle shows the fine entry, Note hull reflection,

7" Bow thruster,

deep three quarter length Keel offers excellent directional stability at slow speed, and also good protection for stern gear, (We have actually fitted Beaching legs to these boats in the past.

aft quarter stb side, just polished

and forward stb side,

Anchor sat in roller with 30m Chain

air intakes each side, also have a step tread in way of side deck access gates.

Razor cutters to each side, the props are nice and clean and YELLOW.

under water exhaust pods, reduce alot of noise and also reduce any soot from exhaust to a minimum,

These bolt on units are not made of quite the same quality of Resins as the Hull, and as the laminate has water both sides, after 18 years ..they have some blisters, Frankly this is of no structural concern at all.

Snap davits mounted on step down brackets to make the dinghy Attachments points just the right Height..Drop down swim ladder in background

stb aft ,

the dash has a canvas shaped cover, and you can see the recent covers above have external solid canvas over clear window panels that have helped reduce sunshine in and degrgation of the clear panels by UV

excellent dash layout with great paper chart area, and good reading angles on most instruments. The screen is tall which means when sat you are looking through Glass, not plastic!!

port side, side access gate open, and moulded recess takes a life raft, you can just make out the hinges on the arch..Clear cabin entry door slides away under dash area.

seating round aft twin leg table, lockers under,

aft deck, one BIG feature of the Broom 38Cl is her full easy walkaround decks, loved by Crew!, and great grabrails everywhere, note dinghy auxillary pad on rail.

Teak on aft platform, note, twin aft hatches flood aft cabin with light and air..240 socket bottom right of shot, decent fender baskets,

side deck stb side, note the vent in gate opening, this is duraded down to aft shower cubicle, and there is one the port side as well. , slight slope to side deck, but again easy walk round with good rails

DECENT solar panel, not sure what size yet, but my GUESS is approx 100+ watts, this has a controller and reportedly has always done a great job of keeping batteries topped..

forward area, note four static vents, again Broom are good at this.. also note the suncover on the forward windows, has always been used and there is very little sun fade inside.

deck waste pump out point, with a "rinse" connector

easy flat foredeck, electric windlass has deck switches as well as controls at teh helm, there is a deck Bollard forward of the windlass that takes the load off the windlass at anchor.

port side deck,

aloft, Simrad Radar on cake stand, 4KW CR40 DTFT Plotter, GPS antenna, Remote searchlight, TV antenna, Navtex antenna, as well as VHF and Stereo Horn under canvas cover bag, here you can see the zip over covers to the clear Plastic windows in front of Canopy.

Slide open door port side, Great and Popular feature with owners, adds ability for lots of air through saloon, as well as easy access aboard and loading bags etc from Pontoon, Note the solar panel is mounted on the grabrails so it is not touching the GRP at all.

screeen cover off,

Well polished Coachroof

so starting forward, Twin BIG singles 6'6" each side, the clock is on an opening Door to chain locker. NEW upholstery throughout 12 months back..

port side bed head, neat Ornate timber fiddle tops keep stuff from falling off,

stb side, bed head, tall mirror and cabin door right, note under sun cover on all hatches which have also allways been used reducing timber fade inside,

Dinette set to port, and fabulous Dinette Port holes , this area will drop and make a reasonable double, Teak and Holly Floor through whole area.

aft end of dinette , ALL new curtains 2016

Galley , sun flooding in with screen covers off!

water guage, Windlass overlaod breaker, Gas detector, 1800w Inverter control, and inverter fed socket alongside.

galley from above, gas hob, and grill and main oven, with additional plate locker over,

Main seacocks have been replaced. note the underwater discharge to the Holding tank has been sealed with lead as she was on the French Canal system, ( easy to remove obviously)

Forward heads set to stb, she has the additional forward shower fitted,

nice job of the Teak and Holly floor by Factory, step lifts to access Manual tank discharge pump.

saloon stb side, "C" shaped sette, loose coffee table,

additional book shelf units forward,

inside port side, step has cushion made as "Everyone sits here",

cabin entry steps, with good locker units all down side. drinks locker, TV unit etc Stereo etc all in here heater controls black box up by door

daily check hatched, dips, and top ups, ALL the floor is loose, and carpets are loose bound so can all be removed when you need proper access to anything.. it can be done!

forward end, Battery switches, next to Battery charger,

Firemaster fire system, looking aft in engine space.

Steps down aft , left of shot is a 12v outlet in settee back, left behind curtain is entrance door to aft shower.

These aft setps lift to get in to the aft end of the engine space,

and this area has a hanging rail above, and the main domestic switch panel Blue unit is Solar controller

great aft bed, new upholstery at head, and black out and insect screens on both hatches

stb side, superb lockers

same to port, mirror on door to heads set to port

forward bulkhead and door into shower

electric heads,

Moulded shower lining, with seat

steering gear etc accessed via hatch under head of bed, water tank , emergency tiller stowed, all clean and tidy in here

good example, and the dinette ports are a very nice addition ( factory fitted)

Electronics Simrad CR42 Colour Plotter Radar, Simrad AP20 Autopilot, Raymarine DSC VHF, Furuno weather navtex, Raymarine log and echo sounder,
Extras Teak Interior, Electric toilet aft, Full waste tank system with both deck and underwater pump out, Teak lay to cockpit and aft platform, Snap davits with stand down brackets, Electric windlass, 7" Bowthruster, Denister system to screen, Eberspacher 5DL dieselfired central heating, fresh water screen wash, Second shower forward, additional port side dinette portlights, Shaft razors Gas detector, Teak and Holly floor through galley/dinette area, TV antenna, Aquafresh water filter, Remote searchlight, SOLAR panel with controller extra book cases, extra sockets, 12 and 240, AIR con unit, small washing machine, 1800w inverter, extra 240 v heatres, extra standing lights, extra saloon blinds, life belt warps, fenders etc etc, There is a lot of kit being included some of which has been stored fo the boat.
History Sold new to first owner in Lymington, Sold on again to these current second owners in 2008, she has cruised the solent and then a couple of years later they set off cruising around Europe Mostly France and she was kept down near Valance on the river/canal system, all new domestic New batteries in 2016, 2 x new engine starts in 2011, Service history almost from new, and good evidence of service history ( some French!) up until late 2014, The owner was a retired master Mariner, and has done some oil changes filters etc. Himself. The oil in each engine is CLEAN. The owners have had a professional re-upholstery done in 2016, and all new curtains. recent cockpit canopy ( three years) . recent Seacocks fitted, recent polish and Antifoul,
Broker's Comments Great example. good basic spec with Yanmars, and teak interior... and at 920 hours very LOW running hours for her age.

Ashore Hythe £129,000 SOLD

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